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Tennis provides many benefits for youth with cognitive and physical disabilities, including hand-eye coordination, balance, mobility, strength and fitness. It builds self-confidence, relieves stress and creates a social outlet. And it's a great way for the family to stay active together.
Ages 3-4. This beginner's class is designed to develop hand-eye coordination and listening skills. It emphasizes group interaction and uses age-appropriate equipment. 36-foot courts will be used with red tennis balls. This class prepares players to begin playing red tennis ballpoints against age-appropriate opponents.
Give your kids the opportunity to be introduced to Tennis, a sport that provides many benefits. While practicing hand-eye coordination, balance, mobility and strength, Youth Tennis will improve the fitness level of your children while having lots of fun. Our youth-appropriate tennis programs focus on skill development, teamwork and improving self-confidence, while promoting healthy competition.
The Role of Tennis In Youth Sports. Katrina’s youth sports experience began with tennis (of course) in her hometown of Chicago. We talked about how sports and that foundation created her pursuits on and off the court. I am very lucky that tennis found me and that I found it.
Our Youth Tennis Program offers lessons by age and skill level: Beginner Tennis for ages 4-17: Includes clinics and special programs. Pee Wee Tennis for ages 4-6: An exciting and fun program that introduces young kids to the basics of tennis. Modified equipment is used to bring the game to the level of the players. All equipment is furnished.